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Recommendation where to purchase corbels

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Sun, Aug 3, 14 at 22:01

Do you have any recommendations on websites that I can buy corbels from?


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RE: Recommendation where to purchase corbels

My cabinet builder told me to pick out from vandykes.com there's one more need to find...


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http://www.hafele.com/us/products/9111.asp
Website doesn't work on an iPad. Use a computer.


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Osborne is another source:

Here is a link that might be useful: Osborne wood corbels and brackets


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Bought ours online from Home Depot. They had TONS to choose from.


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Thank you


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Here is a famous source.

Here is a link that might be useful: Enkeboll


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If anyone has any more suggestions, I would appreciate it. I need a narrow corbel. The panels only have a 2 5/8" gap between them. I found a set at van dykes, but they are discontinued. I'm looking for something with detail like a grape corbel or similar.


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Try Hardware Resources.


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My cabinetmaker uses http://www.artforeveryday.com/


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This is one I found when Googling this trying to remember the other two I have used. This is called 'inviting home' and I have not used them or heard of them before. Worth checking out.

Here is a link that might be useful: Inviting Home corbels


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This is one of the ones I have used and has a great selection of styles and several sizes within the same style too. I've also used their moldings and other carved wooden pieces during my remodeling. They have a good selection and I believe are some of the originals I see copied elsewhere. They're called White River hardwoods. Below is a link to their corbel section ...

Here is a link that might be useful: White River


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Try local antique stores! I found a PAIR of solid wood 1 1/2' very heavy corbels at a store that has a summer sale every year. They look to be Oak, but not sure of that. Anyway, giving a heads up in trying antique malls/stand alone stores/auctions.


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